Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 16, 1965 · Page 16
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, June 16, 1965
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16.1965. Berry's World *> 1965 by NEA, "1-would say Blanco hasn't been feeling veil, becoust Him gets all the The Washington Scene By BRUCE BIOSSAT neutralist elements under Prince WASHINGTON — (NEA) — |Souvanna Phouma are taking The "neutrality" which some part. see as a way out for the United O n We other hand the coali- States in South Viet Nam h a s| t ion government is totally barred now hart nearly three years of j from &ny administrative control' test in neighboring Laos. It is a,| over U - P two-thirds of Laos failure. ! which nas been seized by t h e The coalition government set j p a thet I ao up under the 1962 Geneva ac-j Tne testimony of reporters on cords actuallv has been without | tne scene at the time ls that tne effective Pathet Lao Communist p a th e t Lao were interested in a representation for more than "neutral" coalition only so long two years. Only rightwing and j as tney thought they could sub•— -- — vert it When Suovanna Phouma and i his genuine neutralists resist e d | Red encroachments, the Pathet i Lao stepped out of the govern- C_ ment and put full reliance on OdYS military measures. In the Reds' view, real neu- | tralists are to be lumped with the enemy. The Reds see every The Doctor By W. G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. If you plan to go to the New York World's Fair you should make sure you can take it. This applies particularly to persons •who are over 60. Dr. Paul Dudley White, the eminent heart specialist, suggests that elderly persons have a physical examination before they visit the fair. Their visits should be limited to half a day. preferable in the morning when not so heavy. If you feel the crowds are that you must spend more than half a day at the fair, it is wise to combine a half a day of walking with a half a day at the Dynamic Maturity Pavilion or other restful centers. As an aid to elderly persons at the fair. Dynamic Maturity, 'liberation" struggle as a two- sided matter. They accep ted the "neutralization" of Laos in 1982 only because they took it as a substantial stride toward victory. •&*••* Nor are the Pathet Lao resting on past militpry conquest. Their infiltrators are continuous 1 y busy in those areas under right- wing and neutralist army control. But for their evident fear of Western retaliation, the Reds might well try to push into Vientiane on the Mekong river and make a grab for all other remaining government-held soil. Not only did neutrality as a political device last less than a year after the Geneva accords, but the ban in the agreement which is sponsored by the Am- j against foreign military interven- erican Association of Re t i r ed Persons and the National Retired Teachers Assn., has prepared a leaflet entitled "Helpful Hints for Older Persons Visiting the New York World's Fair tion in Laos was ignored from the outset. In some U. S. circles, though not many, it is still fashionable to suggest that the Communist North Vietnamese are just good This brochure lists services old "stay-at-homes" who would and pavilions of special interest to retired persons. It may be obtained at the Dynamic Ma- not tnink of venturing into neighboring South Viet Nam or Laos. turity Pavilion or by writing to' Enough solid evidence has al- the Pavilion, New. York World's i ready been produced of their Fair, Flushing, N.Y. j presence in South Viet Nam and So, if you are over 60, remem- j their long use of the "Ho Chi ber th* words of the poet, John j Minn Trail" as a Laotian sup- Dryder, who said: "None but'ply route to that country. the brave deserve the fair." ..Q — My daughter, 15, and son, 17, are both nearsighted. More to the .point here are conservative Western estimat e s that some 10,000 North Vietna- Will close work make them more : mese soldiers are presently in nearsighted? Do contact lenses help to prevent nearsightedness from getting worse? . .A — It was long believed that close work caused or aggravated nearsightedness. We now know that this is not so as near- sighteclress is just as prevalent in primitive tribes those who read as it is in incessantly. Close work can cause eyestrain Laos, helping as always for more than a decade to beef up the native Pathet Lao. Several weeks ago another battalion of North Vietnam e s e was reported to have reac h e d Mahaxay in central Laos. Units were so id to be taking two boys and two girls from each nearby village as hostages. But fie introduction of new if the Illumination is not right battalions only freshens an " old —not bright enough or too much! story. Notwithstanding the Gene- Blare—but this will cause even- va settlement calling for removing headaches rather than'near-1 al of Hanoi's Viet Minh troops, sightedness. : they did not go. As advis e r s Proprrly fitted lenses (contact and sp-arhead cadres, they have or conventional) will improve the vision and help prevent eye- xstrain but will not affect nearsightedness. In most per sons their nearsightedness starts in childhood or their teens, progresses slowly and remains fairly stationary in adult life. In progressive nearsightedness the served continuously with the Pathet Lao. it -Ct H Newsmen's first-hand reports, which generally are being given great credence these days, support the case for a heavy North Vietnamese presence in Laos. The matter can be taken a condition progresses rapidly and step farther. It was actually the requires wearing very t h i c k | Viet Minh who brought the Pa- lenses. Fortunately this heredi- thet Lao into Laos 12 years ago tary disease is fairly rare. The latter has been trained and • | equipped in North Viet N a m. ~k-_*. i Their Communist party, the Lao OSCS ! Don g. is a North Vietnam e s e | organization with headquarters Its Majority in Hanoi. When the French bowed out of i ROME (AP) — Premier AldoiInclocnina in the 1954 Geneva! ,Moro's Christian Democratic {parley, they were so eager to i party lost its majority in the! cut and run that the Pathet Lao Sardinian regional government Tuesday after an election that showed a slight gain for the Communists and a bigger increase for the Conservative Liberal party. ; The r-hristian Democrats lost two seats on the 72-member Sar- dlnian regional council, giving them a total of 35. Moro's Socialist partners in the national government won, eight. seats on the Sardinian council. The Communists won were a'.lowed to keep the two Laotian provinces they then controlled. From that strong springboard, with Hanoi's constant help, they began systematically to u n de r- mine Laos' neutrality in Stage One—before the 1962 Geneva ac-i cords, What has happened since is part, then, of an unbroken effort. Neutrality to Peking and Ha-j noi means a phase of war. To) us, such neutrality perh a p s | -jl5, a gain of one, and the Liber- means only postponing an inevi- •Is three, - : -a gain of two. Four j table, conceivably harder day Other .parties divided the rest, j of reckoning. * Moke Red Owl Your OFFICIAL FOOD STAMP STORE! * 100 count pkg. PAPER PLATES FOR A "SOMETHING SPECIAL" COOK-OUT...SHOP RED OWL'SAVE! ROASTING CHICKEN ~^f The perfect size for out-door cooking on a rotisserie! Why not try one this week-end at Red Owl's special low price? SWIFT PREMIUM-FULLY COOKED, SMOKED Picnics B .33 C SWIFT'S PREMIUM Sausages RED OWL INSURED, FRESH GROUND Brown & • 8-oz. Serve P^g. 79 C STAMP* STAMPS * Cliff Char BRI- QUETS HARVEST QUEEN REG, OR DRIP COFFEE $' 3 LB. TIN Ib. bag 20 89 PILLSBURY, CHOICE OF 5 FLAVORS CAKE MIXES 3 ^ on< PKGS. &UP RED OWL PURE! STRAWBERRY PRESERVES * RED OWL COUPON This Coupon Good for 100 S&H Green Stamps with purchas* of • 2-lb. pkg. 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